The Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden
17 York Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands, B14 7SA
  • Telephone 0121 443 4725
  • Opening times Mon–Wed 9am–5pm; Thu–Sat 9am–11pm; Sun 10am–4pm.
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Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden Café is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Kings Heath’s busy shopping centre, combining a garden shop, café, deli and meeting room surrounding an old blue brick courtyard.

At the licensed Café you’ll find a variety of delicious and wholesome things to eat, all freshly made right here, including an A la Carte Menu on Thursday to Saturday evenings and Sunday lunch. We have a separate children’s menu and small play area.

We try to use the best seasonal, local and fairly-traded produce, including organics where we can, to ensure that the cooking retains all the real flavour of good food.

There’s also a Deli where you can purchase organic, fair-trade and locally sourced food to take home, including organic wines, beers & spirits, plus jams and preserves made in our own kitchen.

You can hire our meeting room or even the whole café for your meetings, celebrations and events. We can supply hot and cold buffets to suit a range of budgets.

We also host live music, comedy and poetry including regular events such as Laughing Cows (all female comedy nights), The Retort Cabaret Show (an eclectic mix of music, comedy, poetry and alternative cabaret). Storytelling Café (bringing storytelling back to adult audiences) and Poetry Bites.

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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Event times

There are 14 events at this location

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Bright Club Comedy Night

Stand-up, music, new writing, research and performance routines from local academics, centred around their research.

Thu 16 Jul

£5 / 0121 443 4725

Come Vinyl With Me

Bring your own records for the chance to play DJ at this anything goes vinyl-only night.

Sun 19 Jul

Free / 0121 443 4725

Dean Friedman

The pop troubadour who thanked his lucky stars in the 70s is experiencing a revival.

Sun 27 Sep

£26.75 / 0121 443 4725

Dissident Prophet

Indie rock outfit from Birmingham. With support from The Strangest Feeling.

Sun 19 Jul

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0121 443 4725

Intrigue In Tangiers

Acoustic music from the duo.

Sun 23 Aug

£8 / 0121 443 4725

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Keith James In Concert

Guitar-based music from the singer-songwriter.

Wed 15 Jul

£10 / 0121 443 4725

Matheu Watson and Luke Daniels: The New World Drovers

New music inspired by the trade of cattle-droving. Featuring Ceri Owen Jones and Ceri Rhys Matthews.

Sun 30 Aug

Wed 8 Jul

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0121 443 4725

Stand-up from local comedians.

Wed 12 Aug

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0121 443 4725

Local comedians perform stand-up routines.

Otis Gibbs Plus Eleanor Dattani

American alt-country singer-songwriter.

Wed 29 Jul

£9 / 0121 443 4725

Poetry Bites

Guest poets read their work, with the chance to take part.

Tue 28 Jul

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0121 443 4725

The Sandy Denny Songbook

The Julie July Band perform a selection of songs from the Sandy Denny Songbook, including music from bands such as Fairport Convention, Fotheringay and The Strawbs.

Sun 9 Aug

£8 / 0121 443 4725

The Songs Of Townes Van Zandt & Jackie Leven

Michael Weston King first met Townes van Zandt in 1993 when opening for him on a tour of the UK & Ireland. He continued to do so for next three years whenever Townes came over, up to sharing the stage with him in what would be his last ever show..

Sun 12 Jul

Trembling Bells

Glasgow-based psych folk four-piece who have collaborated with Mike Heron of Incredible String Band and Bonnie Prince Billy.

Wed 5 Aug

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0121 443 4725

Trembling Bells Plus Katherine Priddy

The band plays swaggering acid rock and swirling prog.

Wed 5 Aug

£10 / 0121 443 4725

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